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COMMON SENSE II

The Constitution, Political History and Citizenship

“Every Concerned Citizen Should STUDY Each Of The Pages and Links below.”
“It is only as you “Educate Yo’Self” that a DIFFERENCE can be made.”
I can’t do your
learning for you.
“I can only present the data I have found in trying to educate myself.”

Right to Keep and Bear Arms
Freedom of Speech, Religion and Press

Declaration of Independence – 1776
The Constitution for the United States, Its Sources and Its Application
Undermining The Constitution – A History of Lawless Government
Our Enemy, The State
 

Thomas Paine

Common Sense II — 2008
Contents

On January 10, 1776 a pamphlet entitled “Common Sense” was anonymously published in Philadelphia. Written by Thomas Paine, Common Sense logically argued the reasons why the American colonists should govern themselves rather than be ruled by a monarch who sits some 3,000 miles and three months travel time away.

Paine’s little booklet sold 500,000 copies in the country when the population was 2,500,000, or one copy to every five persons.

Officers read Common Sense to their soldiers, teachers to their classes, parsons to their congregations. George Washington was endorsing its “sound doctrine and unanswerable reasoning.”

Thomas Paine contributed as much with his pen as Washington with his sword to the creation of this Republic. The reason his little book was so successful was because “it made sense,” appealing to the person on the street.

Common Sense II, inspired by Paine’s pamphlet, is intended to arouse the insight and spirit of the true nature of our form of government . . . of freedom.

One hundred copies of this booklet and internet web page passed out can become 1,000. One thousand can become 10,000 and 10,000 can become 10,000,000. To duplicate the effect that Paine’s Common Sense had on the American people in 1776 would require the distribution of 56,000,000 copies of Common Sense II.

The American people are the foundation of our concept of government. The strength of that foundation is dependent upon our knowledge and applied common sense.

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